Published at Friday, December 29th 2017, 01:16:36 AM by Vladislava Alla. Rugs. An area rug is often the defining feature of a room and, with this in mind, should be selected with care. The rug you choose will set the tone for the overall feel of the space and will be the factor that ties in all of the different components of the décor. If you have a large space that is divided into more than one area of use, rugs can bring these spaces together as a harmonious whole, or can be used to further define the different regions of the room to give the feel of separate living areas.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:55:41 PM by Janine Rosemonde. Rugs. Shopping for the perfect area rug for your space is an exciting endeavor, particularly considering the impact the rug will have on the overall look of the room. While these guidelines are good to keep in mind to ensure you end up happy with your purchase, remember to have fun with the rug selection process and choose a rug that speaks to you and your personal sense of style.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 18:00:11 PM by Ernesta Imma. Rugs. Remember to bear in mind what part of the room the rug is going to be positioned; whether it is placed on doorways or near air vents, etc. This is because some rugs are too thick or some doors just don't have enough space allotted for an area rug; this would either cause the door to not open or allow the rug to slide and shift every time the door opens. Also there are rugs that can't withstand the heat from air vents. Make sure you pick a rug's material carefully based on the placement of the rug.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 18:00:07 PM by Bernardetta Viviana. Rugs. Colorado, indoor / outdoor rugs are versatile and attractive and will enhance any kitchen, bathroom, patio or sunroom decor. They are easy to clean, reversible, and are an ideal choice for high traffic areas.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 18:00:01 PM by Vladislava Alla. Rugs. Natural area rug is the place to find the best prices and great selection of carpets. They carry many types of carpets, including wool rugs, sisal rugs, plush carpets. Contemporary rugs are a favorite. I love the look of contemporary rugs that can add to your home, and are much more versatile than you may think.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:58:29 PM by Paulette Charlotte. Rugs. There are other kinds of small carpets like rag, braided, sisal, chenille and shag made of various kinds of materials like cotton, silk, leather, wool and synthetic fibers. You can get area carpets for children with games and bright children's designs on them. You can get bath mats that are washable.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:58:24 PM by Janine Rosemonde. Rugs. Who says size doesn't matter? Who would want to choose a rug that is so undersized or too big? Standard sized rugs, such as 3 x 5's and 4 x 6's, are usually placed in rooms to accentuate furniture and inglenooks. These rugs, and even smaller, can also be used in entry ways, kitchens and bathrooms as a floor mat. Larger rugs, like 6 x 9's and 9 x 12's, are commonly used for living rooms and dining rooms. Again, know where you want the rug to be placed.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:58:20 PM by Ernesta Imma. Rugs. Color-wise, rugs that are placed on receiving areas should have a light and soft shade; thus, giving the room a warm and cozy feel. Should you place rugs under dark-colored furniture that you intend to make the center of attraction, make sure you select lighter toned rugs and simpler designs to highlight the fixtures. This also works with hardwood floors of darker shades. Nonetheless, if you plan to set an area rug as the focal point of the room, select rugs with intense colors and intricate designs; provided that the rooms motif is simple and wouldn't contrast with the rug's pattern.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:58:16 PM by Bernardetta Viviana. Rugs. Hallway Rugs. Depending on the size of the hallways in your home, you will likely need a long, narrow area rug - or runner - for this space. In order to achieve a balanced look and find the right size rug for your hallway, keep in mind that the rug you select should be two to four inches narrower than the width of your hallway and 18 to 24 inches shorter than your hallway's total length.